Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR Camera w/ EF-S 18-55mm / 55-250mm Lens & 48 GB TTL Flash Gun Bundle

Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR Camera w/ EF-S 18-55mm / 55-250mm Lens & 48 GB TTL Flash Gun Bundle

Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR Camera w/ EF-S 18-55mm / 55-250mm Lens & 48 GB TTL Flash Gun Bundle

  • Authorized Canon Dealer – Includes USA Manufacturer’s Warranty
  • Canon T6 18MP CMOS DIGIC 4+ Image Processor / Wi-Fi & NFC Wireless Connectivity
  • 3.0 fps Continuous Shooting / 9-Point AF System
  • EOS Full HD Video / Enhanced Creative Filters
  • Canon T6 EOS Rebel w/ EF-S 18-55mm Lens • EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS STM Zoom Lens • Zoom TTL Flash Gun •16GB SD Card • 32GB SD Card • 58mm 2-Piece Wide & Tele Lens Set • 58mm Wide & Tele Lens • 58mm 3-Piece Filter Kit • Replacement Battery & Charger Pack
    • DSLR Camera Accessories Bundle • 12-Inch Spider Tripod

Photograpy and videography enthusiasts will appreciate the new feature packed camera offering from Canon. Adding to its ultra-popular family of DSLR cameras, Canon unleashes the high-performance image and video capturing power of the EOS Rebel T6 DSLR Camera. Perfect for portrait, action, landscape photography and more, the Canon EOS Rebel T6 is bundles with enhanced features that beginners and pros alike will love. If you’re a novice photographer, you can take advantage of the EOS T6

List Price: $ 849.95

Price: $ 599.00

Olympus Evolt E500 8MP Digital SLR with Zuiko 14-45mm f/3.5-5.6 Digital SLR Lens

Olympus Evolt E500 8MP Digital SLR with Zuiko 14-45mm f/3.5-5.6 Digital SLR Lens

  • 8-megapixel CCD captures enough detail for photo-quality 16 x 22-inch prints
  • 2.5-inch HyperCrystal LCD display; 5 metering modes and built-in filters, including nine filters for black-and-white photography
  • Exclusive dust-free technology for spot-free photos
  • Lightweight ergonomic design; kit includes Zuiko 14-45mm f3.5-5.6 digital SLR lens
  • Powered by one lithium-ion battery; stores images on CF, Micro Drive, or xD Picture Cards

Premium picture quality and superb performance come easy with this comfortable to handle digital SLR. At a time when we want complex things to become simple, the EVOLT E-500 succeeds in doing so with a sleek, lightweight design for impressive portability and advanced controls and options that can be accessed with minimal effort. Bursting with speed and producing spotless pictures with exceptional color and detail, the EVOLT E-500 is tailor-made for anyone to use while capturing the imagination

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6 Replies to “Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR Camera w/ EF-S 18-55mm / 55-250mm Lens & 48 GB TTL Flash Gun Bundle”

  1. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Bundle, February 15, 2017
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    Dan

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    This review is from: Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR Camera w/ EF-S 18-55mm / 55-250mm Lens & 48 GB TTL Flash Gun Bundle (Electronics)
    This Camera was a great purchase. The accessories all seem to be of high quality. My only complaint is the price fluctuates quite a bit. It takes outstanding photos. The wifi feature works well and makes it easy to get the pictures on my phone to post to social media. All i nall this is the best bundle you can get. I recommend getting the 250mm lense though, it has image stabilization, the 30mm does not. This will make a huge difference in the pictures you take.
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  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent camera, excellent bundle, April 30, 2017
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    Monica D (Somewhere Over the Rainbow) –

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    This review is from: Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR Camera w/ EF-S 18-55mm / 55-250mm Lens & 48 GB TTL Flash Gun Bundle (Electronics)
    This camera is pretty awesome! I have to say you really do get a lot of extras included in the bundle – for the price this really is a very nice package. The quality of the pictures is excellent. I am attaching a couple pictures I took at a museum exhibit about Anne Frank (use of the camera flash was prohibited), and a picture I took of a rose bud in my yard. I am an amateur photography enthusiast; until now I was taking all my photos using the camera on my cell phone (which, as cell phones go, is a pretty good camera)… but I wanted to take my photography a step further and I wanted more creative control with my pictures. This baby has not disappointed. Although at first it looks a little intimidating with all the buttons and knobs, a couple hours with just me, the camera, the manual, and a cup of coffee and I was using the camera with relative ease. It is not difficult to get used to this camera – it just takes a little time, focus, and determination. If you are not one to tinker with the manual settings, the camera has preset settings for specific shooting situations (for example: portrait, landscape, macro, action/running, and movie/video recording). It also has some nice creative filters that let you take some fun and funky photos. I am excited to learn more about how to use this camera to make great pictures, so that I can take some really good professional-looking shots when my family and I go on vacation this Summer.

    This camera has a built-in flash, but my bundle also came with an easily attachable external flash in case you need a more powerful flash than the built-in one. I also invested in a large-sized flash diffuser (which easily attaches to the external flash), in case I want to take photos of family or friends in really low light situations (wedding receptions, restaurants, Homecoming and Prom when my kids are old enough).

    One of the things that I especially like about this camera is that I can upload photos directly to my cloud storage accounts using WI-FI. This way I am not worried about having to download all my images to a computer and then uploading them to the cloud. Also with the ability to upload photos directly to the cloud, I am not worried about running low on space on the memory card; I can simply delete photos from the card if I need more room. If you do not have a Google Drive, you can create a Canon Image Gateway account to upload your photos to. I upload my photos to both my Google Drive and my Canon account.

    All in all, I would say this is an excellent camera to start with if you are looking at stepping up your photography game from cell phone pics to DSLR – this baby does not come with too many extra bells and whistles to be intimidating and overwhelming, yet it has enough bells and whistles to be interesting and make you want to stretch your photography skills and get more creative with your photos.

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  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Love the camera but the the carrying bag., November 5, 2016
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    Andrey

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    This review is from: Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR Camera w/ EF-S 18-55mm / 55-250mm Lens & 48 GB TTL Flash Gun Bundle (Electronics)
    Love the camera and the accessories and great price. The only thing that I didn’t like is the bag; it is really cheap. I’ll recommend buying a different bag.

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  4. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Used in Professional Setting. Still Great After Owning For Years., October 30, 2014
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    Shannon Quinn (USA) –

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    I used to work in a photography studio, and my boss had this camera back when it was the newest thing on the market. I got so used to using this camera that when I was shopping for my own DSLR, I ended up buying one for myself. It is much, much cheaper than a lot of DSLR combo packs out there, but in my opinion, it is just as good. I have no problem taking professional-quality images for my online store. This camera takes professional-quality portraits and headshots that we sold to customers at the studio. I used to go non-stop 7-hour work days with this camera, and now when I am using it for my e-commerce business product shots, I still use it on a daily basis. I bought this second-hand, and I have had it for years. After every-day use for years, it still works just as well as the day I bought it.

    The only down-side that you might experience with this camera is that it comes with a CF memory card. The one I got with my order was only 30 MB, which is fine for me, because I only take a few images at a time, but it will eat up the memory quickly if you take your pictures in RAW format or the highest quality JPEG. If I ever wanted to go on vacation, I would need to buy a larger memory card.

    This camera also does not take the small SD cards, and many computers only have slots for SD cards. Nowadays, it’s easy and cheap to get a 10GB+ SD card, but not so easy or cheap with CF cards.

    In order for me to use the CF card, I had to make sure I installed a camera card slot in my new PC. There are external card-readers, and you can also buy CF cards with larger memory, but that is something you’ll need to consider before buying this camera. You can also import your photos with a cord, but just keep all of that in mind. It takes some getting used to if you are converting from point-and-shoot cameras.

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  5. 18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    An Odd Feature Mix, But a Fine Camera, September 7, 2006
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    James D. DeWitt (Fairbanks, AK United States) –
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    I’ll start by admitting I am a satisfied Olympus 4/3 customer. I have a 2.5 year old E1, the first of their 4/3rds DSLR cameras. I have Zuiko 50-200mm, 300mm, 18-45mm and several other lenses. I bought the E500 body to get more pixels: the E1 has only 5.5 megapixels and for the kind of work I do, that’s just not enough.

    The E500 has a slightly less “professional” feature set than the E1, but adds many features that the older E1 doesn’t have, including 25 (!) exposure modes and a digital viewing screen on the back that is bright, crisp and a true joy to use. You will want to download the firmware updates promptly on purchase; they help a lot with auto focus and exposures in low light conditions. But except for the firmware update, this is a fine camera out of the box.

    Pluses: The Kodak KAF-8300CE CCD sensor does a very nice, even exceptional job with colors and tones, and when you keep it at or below ISO 800 there is very little noise even in poor light conditions. The dust removal system introduced with the E1 works as well or better than ever. As I watch my buddies struggle with dust on the CCD sensor with each lens change, I appreciate even more the Olympus dust removal technology. It really works, and is a tremendous timesaver in the field. Finally, the camera is sturdy, ergonomic and the primary controls are convenient.

    Minuses: unlike the E1, it doesn’t have a “firewire” port and the single port it has seems to be USB-1, not USB-2. It takes a long time to download photos shot in RAW/SHQ. The solution is to get a card reader instead. The 25 pre-defined shooting modes are simply too many. I shoot mostly in MF/MEx anyway, but I suspect it would take longer to select a suitable “mode” than to manually focus and set your exposure.

    Overall, though, this is an excellent camera and works well with all of the Zuiko lenses. It’s a relative bargain, too. Very highly recommended.

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  6. 22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very happy with my purchase, July 9, 2006
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    John K

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    As an amateur photographer who has used a conventional film SLR (Olympus OM-1) for years and transitioned to digital with a lesser camera before purchasing the EVOLT E500 kit, I think I made the right choice. The overall package of picture quality, camera construction quality, logic of controls, and general “feel” is right where I hoped it would be.

    A couple of more specific comments:

    Some reviewers have commented on the relatively small viewfinder. I was concerned about it before seeing the camera, but as soon as I started taking pictures I realized it was not an issue. I wear glasses most of the time and it is not a problem. It can be difficult in brighter lighting to see the information to the right of the image in the viewfinder, though.

    I find the menu system, particularly the ability to jump quickly into any part of it via the viewing screen, to be well done. There are several pathways available to changing settings.

    The kit lenses are only so-so. Not long after I bought the kit, I upgraded to the 14-54 and 50-200 lenses, which are truly excellent. Probably should have bought the body only and gone straight to these lenses.

    The auto white-balance button is easy to press accidentally while taking a hurried action shot. It just takes a bit of practice to avoid doing it.

    The USB 1.1 means relatively slow transfer of images off the card, but I consider that a minor annoyance.

    The LCD screen on back is superb.

    In theory, at least, the automatic dust reduction system is a great feature.

    Summary:

    I have no second thoughts about this purchase. I am really enjoying photography again, this time in the digital world.

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